The former Offaly footballer Kevin Kilmurray has sadly passed away, he was a legend of Offaly GAA. As a player won 2 All-Ireland titles. In 1971 beating Galway & 1972 beating Kerry. Kilmurray then went on to coach the Offaly side 2004-06 taking the side to the Leinster final in 2006 losing to Dublin.
The death has taken place of one of Offaly's greatest and most cherished footballers, Kevin Kilmurray. An all action, buccaneering hero, he also managed Offaly in 2005 and 2006. https://t.co/WXpu5OZiFd
— Tullamore Tribune (@TullamoreTrib) December 4, 2022
What Is Kevin Kilmurray Cause Of Death? Legendary Offaly GAA Footballer Kevin Kilmurray Passed Away At 72 https://t.co/thnnccixbn#TrendingNow #KevinKilmurray #Offaly #football #Ireland #IrishTwitter #Footballplayer pic.twitter.com/FTMY06jysN
— Crunchy News (@news_crunchy) December 4, 2022
Our Hall of Fame Inductees Kevin Kilmurray and Ger Coughlan with MC Eamon Horan pic.twitter.com/k2rDuR072L
— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) January 20, 2019
We send our best wishes to his family and friends, just awful to hear of the passing of one of the greats of the game. A true Offaly legend and one that did a lot of the game of football in the midlands county.
No doubt he’ll be strongly remembered in the county and hopefully for the faithful county some of the good days might not be too far away..